The extra-sensory capacity of cinema takes surprising form in this elliptical audiovisual diary. Here, what we see (the human throat, Gothic statues, digitally generated furniture) often contradicts what we hear (birdsong, tightly wound rope, lithophonic stones); the combined effect speaks to a utopian, universal ideal of filmic language. (NYFF)

The other films shown within Close Encounters

Filmmaker
Mary Helena Clark
Premiere
European premiere
Country
USA
Year
2018
Medium
DCP
Length
9’
Language
English
Producer
Mary Helena Clark
Sales
Mary Helena Clark
Writer
Mary Helena Clark